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12-06-2012, 05:58 PM
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Originally Posted by TheDevilMadeMe View Post
NHA and PCHA alternated each other's rules each game, and it was already shown upthread that while playing under familiar rules helped, the difference wasn't huge.
But there was a difference that players had to adjust for between leagues back then, and you freely admit that it did make a difference. To my knowledge, the rules in the WHA were relatively consistent with the NHL in comparison. How were you "quantifying" the chances in your scenario, if we're allowing the possibility of a "home rules advantage" for the WHA on occasion?

Originally Posted by TheDevilMadeMe View Post
And what do you mean "foul play?" The PCHA was generally considered a less rough league than the NHA/NHL. I know Eddie Gerard was considered a clean player in the NHA/NHL, but the PCHA complained about how rough he was in the Cup finals.
I mean player "poaching" by the Patricks exacerbating the drain of players, during the war years specifically, like the links and provided excerpts partially explain.

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